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The Architecture of Richard Neutra: From International Style to California Modern

21 July to 12 October 1982

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Arthur Drexler  American, 1921–1987


Richard Neutra
American, born Austria. 1892–1970
16 exhibitions

New York Times Review of the exhibition


23 July 1982


By C. Gerald Fraser

Through Aug. 1 the Orange County Agricultural Society is presenting its 142d county fair at the county fairgrounds, on the border of the city of Middletown, 60 miles from New York at the junction of Interstate 84 and Routes 17 and 6. Beef and dairy cattle, sheep, goats, arts, crafts, apples, pears, plums, grapes, pies, cakes, breads, needlework, flowers and plants by the thousands will all be competing for the traditional blue ribbons as well as $30,000 in prize money. Entertainment includes puppet shows, motorcycle stunt riding and music by Jimmy Sturr, the polka king. Tonight at 8, it's wrestling (admission, $4 and $6). General fairgrounds admission, $3; $2 for those younger than 12. Open noon to midnight. Information: (914) 343-4826. JAZZ ON GRAND STREET STAGE ''Jazz-Set'' is a play by Ron Milner that attempts to track the path of jazz into mainstream American music. The original music in this work is by the percussionist Max Roach. Mr. Milner, a Detroiter, is the author also of ''What the Wine Sellers Buy,'' ''Who's Got His Own'' and ''The Killing Floor.'' Norman Riley is the director of the cast of six: Rony Clanton, E.L. James, William Kennedy, S. Epatha Merkerson, Monsoor Najee-Ullah and Nick Smith. Performances begin at 7:30 P.M. at the New Federal Theater, 466 Grand Street. Admission, $5; the elderly, $2.50. Information: 598-0400.

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